Date: New York, NY: July 25-28, 2017 Special Features of this training: Using video, we feature demonstration of treatment of a real client family including the MIM assessment, feedback to the parents and several Theraplay sessions The training is interactive, intense and practical—you’ll leave with the knowledge and skills to begin using Theraplay in your work … Read More
The intersection of family, identity and culture is central to adoption, foster care and kinship care. These issues are transformative. Generally acknowledged is the significant impact on children. This cannot be minimized, but there is an evolving understanding of how adoption, foster care and kinship care impact the identity and the understanding of family and … Read More
Adoptive Parent’s Night at Columbia University’s Developmental Affective Neuroscience Lab Join Nim Tottenham, Ph.D. for a night of wine, cheese, and stimulating conversation for you and pizza, movie, and childcare for your kids. Come and hear about the latest research in attachment, neuroscience, and brain development, and have an opportunity to ask questions and get … Read More
Have you heard the buzz about neurofeedback? Are you curious about learning more about what it is?
Date: New York, NY: February 27-March 2, 2017 Special Features of this training: Using video, we feature demonstration of treatment of a real client family including the MIM assessment, feedback to the parents and several Theraplay sessions The training is interactive, intense and practical—you’ll leave with the knowledge and skills to begin using Theraplay in your … Read More
Creating Connections for developing relationships. The Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, DDP Network in New York City will have a study day on January 27, 2017.
The Adoptive Parents Committee holds it’s 36 conference for those considering adoption, adoptive families and professionals. The full day includes over 100 workshops (selected CEU sessions) and an extensive exhibit hall. The 36th Annual Adoption Conference will be held on Sunday, Nov. 20, at St. Francis College in Brooklyn APC’s annual conference serves to promote … Read More
A high percentage of children in foster care are adopted by their foster parents. Whether you are a foster parent planning to adopt your foster child(ren), or you have identified a child you would like to adopt, the transition to adoption requires important, thoughtful education and preparation. New prospective adoptive parents need to understand the … Read More
NYCEFT Harnessing the power of emotion to strengthen family bonds with George Faller When Friday, October 28, 2016 9-5 pm A workshop ideal for Psychologists, Social Workers, MFTs, and Mental Health Counselors Where Birch Family Services 104 W 29th Street, 2nd Floor New York, NY Registration Early Regular Registration – $190 (Save $25 if you … Read More
Online Training: FASD & Trauma July 21 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm CDT FASD & Trauma, an online training conducted by Kari Fletcher Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders can have learning and behavioral differences because of the damage that was done to their brains by alcohol use during pregnancy. Children in foster or adoptive care who … Read More